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Although Betta fish were originally bred for their fighting tendencies – and still are today – they have become more widely sought after for their , both of which have earned the Betta the nickname “The Jewel of the Orient.”
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The No. 1 question people ask about bettas is, "How do bettas mate in the wild without killing each other?" In fish keeping, betta owners are told that if they want to breed their betta, they need to remove the female immediately after breeding or she will be killed by the male. In the wild, male bettas create a bubble nest made of air bubbles and saliva. When an egg-bearing female betta comes sniffing around the nest, the male will wrap himself around her and squeeze out the eggs. He then fertilizes them and keeps them safely in the bubble nest as he patrols his territory. In the wild, the female hightails it out of there right after mating. In a fish tank, there's nowhere to run. Bettas are territorial, which is why they have a reputation for being "fighting fish." They are really just very good daddies who would fight to the death to protect their territory, bubble nest and fry. This kinds of fishes is just fighting that is natural of fight fish
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All music have been downloaded from YouTube Music Library"These fish hardly flared up though, I would imagine two beta fish that flair at each other would actually fight. I wouldn't know though. "[AMAZING] BETTA FISH FIGHTING TO DEATH

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betta fish breeding farm, betta fish kill to death, betta fish care, betta fish care tips For the children of Malaysia, in southern China, collecting these was a favorite pastime. The children would catch as many as 50 Bettas an hour from the rice paddies, and then conduct fish fights to determine the village champion. Usually, the winner was the biggest fish they caught. Once the wounds healed on the prize-winning fish, he would go into competition again against a new opponent. This pastime diminished significantly when agricultural chemicals and mechanized plowing were introduced for the harvesting of the rice paddies. However, the fields were not the only place where one could find Bettas. They were also living in watery ditches, stagnant ponds and gentle flowing streams.